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... growing off the facets and either pushing on the spinal canal from the SIDE, or pushing into the neural foramina. ... (4 replies)
... Depending on the number that is the level where you neural foramina is narrowed. ... (2 replies)
... i have been diagnosed with mild scoliosis of cervical spine and MRI has revealed perineural cyst c5-6 left with neural foramina (1 replies)

Neural foramina
Jan 18, 2009
... what does the neural foramina appear patent mean? ... (1 replies)
... what does narrowing of the neural foramina mean (2 replies)
... c6, minimally impinging on neural foramina. ... (1 replies)
... there is fairly severe impingement on neural foramina bilaterally at C67 secondary to these osteophytes. ... (22 replies)
Neural foramina
Jan 18, 2009
... the neural foramins are where the nerve roots pass through and it means they are in good condition and wide enough. ... (1 replies)
... It is meant to say foraminal not frontal. The foramina are openings located at each vertebra where a spinal nerve exits the spine. ... (1 replies)
... here and posting. I want honest feedback. You are right, I only did get one opinion. I only know that this doctor is highly reccommended when asking around about neural surgeons. I have a sister who works at the hospital and also said that he is the top doc. So maybe I just jumped the gun a little. Pain seems to do that to me. ... (12 replies)
... Yes, "pinched nerve", but perhaps of a more permanent nature than that term would imply. If it's a bulging disk that is intruding into the foramina, then your situation MIGHT get a little better on its own. If it is osteophytes (bone spurs), then it won't get better. The word "severe" is a tipoff that the radiologist thinks surgery is required. (2 replies)
... sided neural foramina narrowing. ... (1 replies)
... Here are results for my 3 most recent MRI's: Cervical, Thoracic, and Lumbar: I've had back and neck pain for years. Every MRI I have gotten over the years I have had to beg a doctor to order for me. I've had lumbar and cervical studies in the past that have shown degenerative changes, osteophytes, and severe cervical stenosis that resulted in a C4-5 ACDF in Nov 2006. I... (0 replies)
... he right of midline. This measures approximately 0.4 cm in size. There is midld effacement of the cervical cord. There is mild to moderate narrowing of the right neural foramina and lateral recess. There is mild narrowing of the right lateral recess. There is mild narrowing of the left neural foramina and lateral recess. ... (1 replies)
... The rest of your cervical spine does not sound too bad. The neural foramina are the holes, or exits, that your nerves go through as they branch off to different parts of your body. ... (5 replies)
... The posterior disc margin appears normal. The central spinal canal is patent. The facet articulations appear normal. The neural foramina are patent. ... (16 replies)
... level, spinal canal and neural foramina are patent. ... (5 replies)
Cervical MRI
Oct 26, 2012
... There is no cord impingement. There is no neural foramina stenosis. ... (0 replies)
... the thecal sac and neural foramina pare patent. ... (1 replies)
... T1 neural foramina. ... (1 replies)


Associated Tags: degenerative disc disease, mri help, spinal & foraminal stenosis, spinal cord flattening, spinal stenosis

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